CINNAMINSON, N.J. (CBS/AP) — A New Jersey state trooper killed when he was struck by a passing motorist last week is laid to rest.

The funeral for Trooper Sean Cullen is Monday in Cinnaminson, where he grew up.

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The 31-year-old Cullen died Tuesday after responding Monday on Interstate 295 in Deptford Township to a car on fire. Several fire trucks and police vehicles had emergency lights on. He was walking near the crash when he was struck.

Hundreds police officers, family members and friends came to pay their respects Sunday at Saint Charles Borromeo Church.

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He will be laid to rest at Lakeview Memorial Park.

New Jersey State Trooper’s union president Christopher Burgos says Cullen was “fulfilling his duty, as we are expected to do” when he was hit.

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie ordered all State buildings to fly flags at half-staff on Monday in recognition of the life and in mourning of the passing of Trooper Sean Cullen.

According to CBS News, Governor Christie is currently in North Carolina campaigning with Donald Trump.

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